With Service Control GPS, the comprehensive check of all maintenance criteria required in point 7 (6) of ZTV-SA 97 ("Additional Technical Contract Conditions and Guidelines for the work Involved in Safeguarding Roadworks") is accomplished in no time at all. Your daily construction site checks are reliably recorded. You receive non-manipulable documentation with date, exact time, coordinates (GPS) and work carried out. This allows you to reliably prove at any time that and when you have fulfilled your inspection obligation and have checked traffic signs, markings, guide elements, traffic, lighting and safety equipment on site without any doubt. Thus, each time a check is carried out via the Service Control GPS menu, the current actual state of traffic safety is recorded and the work carried out during maintenance is precisely documented.
With Service Control GPS, clients or road construction authorities can also obtain reliable proof that the specified construction site checks have actually been carried out on site in accordance with the road safety regulations.
Every service technician is allocated a "Service Control”. On arriving at the site he logs in by simply swiping his "Service Control" past the detection chip fastened to the roadworks safeguards. The "Service Control" then tells him to check all the maintenance criteria stipulated in ZTV-SA 97 paragraph 7 (6). In other words, the maintenance tasks that have to be performed are listed one after the other in the "Service Control" display. The technician confirms each maintenance task after it has been checked. He can only log off and leave the site after all the required maintenance tasks have been checked. A print-out of each maintenance trip recorded in this way can then be produced at any time and submitted to the supervisory authority as verification of regular maintenance at the construction site (stating the date and time).
The following maintenance criteria for example at roadwork construction sites are reliably documented by our "Service Control" in line with the requirements of ZTV-SA 7 (6):